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Univision
Sep 3, 2010 6:00pm EDT
secretaria hilda solis en un mensaje via internet por el dia del trabajo, insto a que muchos tomen precausion... secretaria de trabajo/hilda solis ".. por que su vida vale mas que un talon de cheque...." claudia uceda/univision washington" y las cifr accidentes laborales son impactantes, segun el departamento del trabajo, cada semana muere un aproximado de 14 hispanos cumpliendo sus quehaceres.." pero los accidentes no son los unicos problemas para los trabajadores latinos... la economia tambien ha originado mas abusos. jaime contreras/seiu le bajan los salarios , tratan de quitar los beneficios de salud, no les pagan sus dias feriados, les quitan sus vacaciones..." si es victima de abuso, sindicatos recomiendan no tener miedo y enfrente a su supervisor... doris de paz/ seiu "los supervisores a veces saben de que la persona es muy vulnerable, nuestros trabajadores son muy vulnerables y los asustan con cualquier cosita desde ponerle mas trabajo hasta decirles te voy a despedir..." wendy perdio
NBC
Sep 5, 2010 10:30am PDT
secretary hilda solis about jobs, the economy and working in the usa. we've got you covered from "a" to "z." "z" for sam zell that is. the real estate billionaire tells me where he thinks the economy is headed now. why he likes investments south of the border. >>> she's a corporate ceo, a wife, a mother and a social site. now alexandra lebenthal is adding author to her list of achievements. i'll tell you about her new novel. the "wall street journal report" begins right now. >> announcer: this is america's number one financial news program, the "wall street journal report." now maria bartiromo. >> now here's sue herera with some of the stories in the headlines this week. sue. >> here's a look at what's making news as we head into a new week on wall street. it is the all-important piece of information about the economy that the markets have been waiting for, the jobs report for the among of august and it was better than analysts expected. the unemployment rate rose slightly to 9.6% and overall the economy lost 54,000 jobs which includes 121,000 government jobs, many of them census workers b
MSNBC
Sep 3, 2010 1:00pm EDT
cuts? i'll have secretary of labor hilda solis about the president's next step. good afternoon. i'm norah o'donnell filling in for andrea. hurricane earl bringing heavy rain and wind to millions along the mid-atlantic. new jersey is in the path and that's where nbc's mike tiabbi live in long branch. i can see the big waves but -- >> reporter: but his name is earl, norah, and doing the curl to the northeast, it spared the northeast. old earl wasn't going to break the string. even in the earl ler projections and the most dire ones it didn't look like the wind span of the storm as huge as it was going to dump hurricane-force winds on the jersey shore and talking about tropical storm warnings for winds of 40 miles per hour or thereabouts. might not even get that at this point. we'll find out when the storm is directly in our position here in long branch but not only has there not been the danger associated with the hurricane of the strength that earl was just a short time ago, there's not the economic impact either and that's a big place for the jersey shore. talking to hotel people f
ABC
Sep 6, 2010 5:30am EDT
of labor, hilda solis, made a stop in columbia to address unemployment numbers. she went on a ride along and thanked firefighters for their work in public safety. preventing job loss and getting people back to work is the secretary's agenda. betty griffith and debbie reid were both laid off last year. they say landing a job and trying to stay afloat is tough. >> if you're looking for help, there is a lot, it's just so many people are fighting over the same jobs. >> they just have to make more jobs available or either they need to teach people how to obtain these jobs. it's not the same as it used to be where you'd just send in a resume and somebody would contact you. you don't even hear from anybody. >> now both debbie and betty say being unemployed has led them to tap into some untouched skills. in the studio, sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> today the college football season officially kicks off for maryland and navy. they'll be right here in baltimore at m&t bank stadium. it'll be the 21st time the midshipman and the terps face the gridiron. despite being just 28 miles apart, the last
ABC
Sep 6, 2010 6:00am EDT
and join the workforce, this labor day weekend, secretary of labor hilda solis paid a visit to howard county to address unemployment numbers. nationwide, unemployment numbers are steady at 9.6%. secretary solis says there are more jobs out there. solis thanked firefighters for their work in public safety, preventing job loss and getting people back to work is the secretary's agenda. howard county falls well below the national unemployment number. solis says 90,000 jobs have been created over the past eight months, but congress still needs to be more supportive of small businesses. >> create jobs, tax breaks for small businesses, entrepreneurs who actually hire up people. the federal government doesn't hire up people, it's small businesses and those businesses that know that's the engine of growth. >> reporter: now coming up at 6:45, we'll hear from folks who are currently looking for jobs. in the studio, sherrie johnson, abel 2 news. >>> a toddler pulled from an anne arundel county pool has died. the 2-year-old was found in the swimming pool of a pasadena home saturday morning. the fa
ABC
Sep 6, 2010 6:30am EDT
, the secretary of labor, hilda solis is taking a look at numbers. she thanked firefighters for their work in public safety. preventing job loss and getting people back to work is the secretary's agenda. howard county falls well below the national number. landing a job and trying to stay afloat is pretty tough. >> looking for help, there is a lot, it's just so many people fighting over the same jobs. >> they just have to make more jobs available or either they need to teach people how to obtain these jobs. it's not the same as it used to be, you'd just send in a resume and somebody would contact you. you don't even hear from anybody. >> both debbie and betty say being unemployed has led them to tap into untouched skills. in the studio, sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> baltimore police are searching for suspects this morning in a shooting that sent a 15-year-old boy to the hospital. happened around 6:00 saturday night. police say the teen was shot in the face, but is in stable condition at the hospital this morning. >>> authorities are working to identify a body found in south baltimore. the
CSPAN
Sep 21, 2010 10:00am EDT
speaker here. the nation's secretary of labor, secretary hilda solis. having her here gives recognition that the transportation workers and those employees across the country in less conventional workplace that is our nation's leaders recognize the importance of safe operations even in their less conventional workplaces more importantly than ever. for transportation is pilots, train engineers, ship captains, transit workers, and as i said bus and truck drivers. these are occupation that is keep our nation moving, keep our economy thriving, and it's our job to keep them safe. now, as i mentioned secretary lahood is remarkably inspiring to all of us who operate on our nation's highways or work in transportation. our next speaker is equally inspiring to our nation's workers and the 17,000 employees at the u.s. department of labor. secretary hilda solis is a champion for workers' families and workers' rights. she's a trail blazer. a woman of firsts. the first to go to college in her family, the first to earn a graduate degree, the first latina elected to the state senate in california. the
CBS
Sep 6, 2010 7:00am EDT
you. joining us now is labor of secretary hilda solis. madame secretary, good morning. >> good morning. happy labor day. >> indeed. although a lot of people wish there were more jobs out there. unemployment numbers stuck in the nines, tens of millions of people who have stopped looking for work. any good news on the job front this morning? >> look back eight months and we have actually added about 90,000 private sector jobs each month. when the president took office, remember, we were losing well over 700,000 and 600,000 jobs. i would tell you the course and path we're taking is on target. the president today will talk about infrastructure projects that put construction workers, electricians, welders back to work, and engineers, folks that have been unemployed for a long time. that's something that we -- i believe will get bipartisan support on. >> but the problem is, with some of the growth we have seen, has not been in manufacturing jobs but has been in service sector jobs. the people who need the work the most are the people who have the least amount of education. where are these jo
ABC
Sep 5, 2010 11:00pm EDT
, but on this labor day weekend many families are still scrambling to find work. labor secretary hilda solis chose howard county this labor day weekend to thank firefighters for their work in public safety. secretary solis went on a rides along climbed to the top of a ladder truck and had a traditional chili dinner in columbia. >> it shows how technology helped to prevent rising loss. >> reporter: preventing job loss and getting people back to work is the secretary's hot agenda. howard county falls well below if national unemployment number. but just a few miles from where she was speaking, betty griffith and betty read were laid off this year. landing a job and trying to stay afloat is all consuming. >> we keep a positive attitude. >> reporter: they agree there's plenty of help for the unemployed like the affordable homes program that reduces a mortgage payment but they say the number of job opportunities needs to expand. >> if you're looking for help, there is a lot. it's just so many people were fighting over the same jobs. >> they just have to make more jobs available or either they need
CSPAN
Sep 7, 2010 6:14am EDT
members, hilda solis and our secretary of transportation, great love hooded is in the house. --ray lahood is in the house. given up for people who are at the forefront of every fight for wisconsin's working men and women, senator herb cole, congresswoman glenda moore. your outstanding major i believe soon-to-be outstanding the governor is in the house. [applause] i know you're other great senator russ feingold was here earlier standing with you and your families just like he always had. he is in his home town to participate in the labor day parade. it is good to be back. of course, this is not my first time at labor fest. some of you remember i stood right here with you two years ago. i was still a candidate for this office. during that campaign we talked about how four years the values of hard work and responsibility that had built this country had been given short shrift and how it was slowly hollowing out are middle-class. everybody who has a chair, go ahead and sit down. relax, i will talk for a while. [applause] we've got a lot of hard-working people here. you deserve to sit down for
CSPAN
Sep 21, 2010 8:00pm EDT
colleague, hilda solis. thank you for being here and for your leadership. i know that when you heard about the osha folks coming here you said that you wanted to be here, and we are grateful for that. we look forward to your remarks. a special hello to the people who are participating remotely on www.distraction.gov, particularly the students. i also want to thank the extraordinary staff at d.o.t. for those who have not had an opportunity to meet our staff, we have a very gifted people, people who come to d.o.t. for the right reasons, to carry out the president's agenda, but also to step up and leave the department in a way that i have not seen in the history of the department of transportation. i am grateful to all of our staff who are here for your leadership. welcome, everyone, to the second national distracted driving summit. it is hard to believe that a year has passed since we first came together and began the work of assessing and addressing america's distracted driving prices. and it is hard to believe that we have come so far -- distracted driving crisis. and it is hard to believe
CSPAN
Sep 21, 2010 11:00pm EDT
's leadership in giving me this opportunity. i want to think secretary still lease update hilda solis. i know when you heard about the city wanted to be here. we are grateful for that. we are it forward to your remarks. a special hello to the people who are participating remotely onkine, particularly the students. i want to think the talented staff at d.o.t. for those of you have not had the opportunity to meet our staff, we have very gifted people, people who have come here for the right reasons, to carry out the president's agenda and to really step up and leave the department in a way that people have not seen at the department of transportation. i'm grateful to all our staff who are here for your leadership. i welcome everyone to the second nationals distracted driving summit. it is hard to believe a year has passed since the first came together and began the work of addressing america's distracted driving crisis but a it is hard to believe lea come so far so fast in our campaign. this has become a personal crusade. it started about a year ago. it is during and after last year's distracte
FOX News
Sep 1, 2010 5:00pm EDT
our kids and indoctrinating our kids, birthday party, hers, 80 years old. van jones is there. hilda solis is there, department of labor. obama does a birthday message for her. she says republicans hate hispanics. she is telling our children that hugo chavez is the cat's meow. i'm the crazy one. now let me give you this story. the fed filed another lawsuit against arizona on monday, saying the network of community colleges acted illegally in requiring non-citizens to provide their green cards before they could be hired for jobs. so in other words, it's illegal, i guess, to make sure that people are here legally before hiring them. by the way, the same law says if you hire an illegal, it's illegal. could it be more insane than it already is? yes. in another story off the blaze today, san diego, group of employees working to give gps phones with explicit poetry to help aliens with their border coordinates as they cross. these cell phones help immigrants find water stations passing through remote areas of the desert. the really great thing about this, their plan for america, well i don'
FOX News
Sep 6, 2010 3:00pm EDT
, a daughter of union members, hilda solis and our secretary of transportation, ray lahood is in the house. and i want everyone to give it up for people who are at the forefront of every fight for wisconsin's working men and women, senator kohl, and congress woman moore. your outstanding mayor and, i believe, soon-to-be outstanding governor, who is in the house. and i know your other great senator feingold was here earlier standing with you and your families like he always has and now he is in his hometown to participate in their labor day parade. it is good to be back. now, of course, this is not my first time at labor fest. some of you will remember i stood here with you two years ago. when i was still a candidate for this office. and during that campaign we talked about how for years the value of hard work and responsibility that had built this country had been given short shrift and how it was slowly hollowing out our middle-class. everyone has a chair, go ahead and sit down, because everyone is hollering, relax. i am talks -- talk for a while. everyone, take a seat. got a lot of hard
FOX News
Sep 6, 2010 6:00pm EDT
and maybe late in the year. labor secretary hilda solis says it will help those particularly hard hit by recession. >> welders, engineers and folks that have been unemployed for a long time. >> republicans called it another stimulus program. >> they are just flailing around. >> senator john mccain says extending the bush administration tax cuts is a better idea. >> let's get small tax breaks to small businesses and large and then maybe the american people will have some confidence. >> the president wants to extend the bush administration credit for the middle class. this labor day finds a face on organized labor. >> not worker on the assembly line representing the union movement. you have three times union members in the post office as the domestic auto industry. >> there are half a million f fewer union members in the private industry than the public sector jobs like teaching and law enforcement. he says that explains the obama administration to use stimulus money to save jobs of public workers and believes they have a different take on taxes. >> they want better working conditions.
CBS
Sep 6, 2010 7:00am PDT
secretary hilda solis told harry earlier in the broadcast. >> well, look back eight months and we've actually added about 90,000 private sector jobs each month. when the president took office, remember we were losing well over 700,000 and 600,000 jobs. i would tell you the course and the path we are taking is on target. >> reporter: but that is a tough sell when the unemployment rate has been over 9% for months now. so the president will begin today to roll out a series of proposals to create more jobs. in milwaukee today improvements to the nation's infrastructure, roads, rail waist and airports. he'll ask for $50 billion to jump start a long-term program, but republicans in congress are unlikely to go along with this. certainly not before the election, but at least it gives the democrats a campaign argument. betty? >>> cbs' bill plante at the white house. hundreds of anti-american protestors gathered in afghanistan's capital denouncing the florida plan to burn the koran and shouted death to america. the u.s. embassy condemned the koran burning planned for saturday, the anniversa
CSPAN
Sep 16, 2010 6:00am EDT
are in the house, secretary of the interior ken salazar [applause] and our wonderful secretary of labor, hilda solis. [applause] i want to pick our mistress of andemonies soledad o'brien congratulate eva longoria parker, and arturo sandoval on your well-deserved awards this evening. i love you back. [applause] i want to thank all the members of congress, the local elected officials, the chci alumni and everyone who works day in and day out to advance the hispanic community and america as a whole. i also want to acknowledge and thank all of the outstanding latino leaders serving across my administration because i am proud that the number of latinos i have nominated for senate confirmed positions at this point far exceed any administration in history. [applause] and i am especially proud that a whole bunch of them are latina. [applause] as i have said before, one of my proudest moments of my presidency was the day just as sonia sotomayor swore an oath [applause] and ascended to our nation's highest court and it sparked nutrients for countless young girls all across america. -- and sparked new dr
CSPAN
Sep 26, 2010 1:00pm EDT
me this opportunity. i want to thank my colleague, hilda solis. thank you for being here and for your leadership. i know that when you heard about the osha folks coming here you said that you wanted to be here, and we are grateful for that. we look forward to your remarks. a special hello to the people who are participating remotely on www.distraction.gov, particularly the students. i also want to thank the extraordinary staff at d.o.t. for those who have not had an opportunity to meet our staff, we have a very gifted people, people who come to d.o.t. for the right reasons, to carry out the president's agenda, but also to step up and leave the department in a way that i have not seen in the history of the department of transportation. i am grateful to all of our staff who are here for your leadership. welcome, everyone, to the second national distracted driving summit. it is hard to believe that a year has passed since we first came together and began the work of assessing and addressing america's distracted driving prices. and it is hard to believe that we have come so far -- distrac
FOX News
Sep 6, 2010 1:00pm EDT
. the labor department wants to do something about it. labor secretary hilda solis going on record talking about it today, releasing a video stating that this is the state of the american worker, and in it she talks about ha that she like the president is expressing that they will not give up working very hard to make sure every american is back to work. because of that the labor department is also releasing a website today that people can go to to actually try to find some gainful employment, rick. rick: let's talk more about this website. there are other web sites like it. this is the first one that is being run by the white house. how does it help unemployed americans find work? >> reporter: very good question. we'll show you video of it right now. it's actually designed to match your previous job skills with jobs that are currently available in your particular field. i went online to check out the website in order to give you an illustration as to how anyone looking for a job can find it. it's called my skills my future. when you actually log onto it, log on to the website you'll find
ABC
Sep 6, 2010 7:00am PDT
're going to turn this morning to the secretary of labor hilda solis. madam secretary, good morning to you. thanks for joining us. >> good morning. it's good to be with you. >> i wanted to start with the president, we know in wisconsin this morning and going to be speaking to the people there later today and i want to read the numbers we talked about at the top of the broadcast. 14.9 million americans unemployed, nearly 15 million. but when you take into account those who have simply given up or have settled for part-time work 26 million americans actually looking for work. secretary solis, what could you say to them watching this morning that the president could say this week that could change things right now? >> we know we're in a tough situation and the high number is unacceptable. we know we have to work quickly and continue to move on a pathway that will take us out of the ditch, so to speak. we know that in the last eight months, we've actually added about 90,000 private sector jobs each month and that i think is a good indication that we're slowly moving to correcting the bad situa
ABC
Sep 6, 2010 7:00am EDT
more on the issue on every american's mind, jobs, we're going to turn to the secretary of labor hilda solis. madam secretary good morning to you. thanks for joining us. >> good morning. good to be with. you. >> i wanted to start with the president, we know in wisconsin and speaking to the people there. i want to read the numbers from the top of the broadcast. 14.9 million americans unemployed, nearly 15 million. but when you take into account those who have simply given up or settled for part-time work, 26 million americans actually looking for work. secretary solis, what could you say to americans that the president could say this week? >> we know that the high number is unacceptable. we know we have to work quickly and continue to move on a pathway that will take us out of the ditch, so to speak. in the last eight months, we've actually added 90,000 private sector jobs each month that, i think, is a good indication that we're slowly moving to correcting the bad situation that we were in. this last month report, as you know, also indicates that we're seeing growth in certain sectors,
NBC
Sep 6, 2010 7:00am EDT
. >> all right. we're going to be hearing much more about it. hilda solis, happy labor day. and once again here is lester. >>> natalie, thanks. now to the disaster in the gulf. the worst oil spill in u.s. history. today investigators are examining the failed blow-out p preventer that allowed millions of barrels of crude to leak into the gulf of mexico. it was pulled to the surface over the weekend. anne thompson was there. anne, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, lester. for federal investigators looking into the cause of this human and environmental disaster, i can tell you this was no holiday weekend. that blow-out preventer was secured on the vessel that pulled it up to the surface, the fbi began gathering potential evidence. it emerged slowly from the gulf of mexico, a 1 million pound metal sea creature pulled up. as the sunset on the scene of the biggest oil spill in american history. the final 500 feet of the failed blow-out preventer's journey from the sea floor were the longest. once again hydrates, the crystals that foiled several attempts to cap the well caused trouble. the
CNN
Sep 3, 2010 1:00pm EDT
rate of 7.2%. >>> okay, i talked with the u.s. secretary of labor, hilda solis, about fixing unemployment. here's what she told me. listen, you've got a job, you've got a great job. i have amuse museded, though, lately if there were a reality show called "the worst job in america" you might be a contestant with persistently jobs being lost. tell me what troubles you about these jobs pictures and what we're seeing. >> what we're seeing is we have been able to add private sector jobs. if you remember when the president took over in the administration, we were losing over 740,000 jobs. in the last eight months, we have seen, on an average, about 90,000 private sector jobs added. and this report that just came out, changes a bit. we go up a bit. but i would say that it's steady. i think the path we're on is very good. you see increases in manufacturing and in construction for the first time in a while. about 19,000 more jobs added. in health care, that continues to grow. so i see in different parts of the private sector economy that there is -- there is some increase occurring. b
FOX
Sep 6, 2010 6:00am EDT
had to say about on thehat statt of the economy.ú >> reporter: hilda solis is visit iting som!!visiting ome t working americans. the unemployment rate standssat a low 5.7%. across the country it's much -igher. the latest figuue now show 9.6 oo americans are without jobs right now. while the numbers are grim, solis says the economy is moving forward. senator john mccain blasted that the stateeent. >> the economic policies have failed. and you can argue about jjbs created jobs saveddbut the fact is when theyypassed the stimulus package they unemployment would be a maximum of 8%. it's now 9.6%. %-it's an issue congress will focus on again when they return from the holiday. meanwhile the president aad the secretary will continue talksú around the country. meeting today at milwaukee to speak to workers there. megan gilliland. fox 45 morning ews. >>> we want to know what you think. is the economy moving forward? it's the question of the day. our phone lines are open now at ((10)481-4545. you can also go to fox baltimore.com and tell us what you hink or sound off through3 faceboo
Univision
Sep 8, 2010 7:00am PDT
movimiento que es muy necesario para las comunidades que ellos tambiÉn representan. >> muchas gracias, hilda solis, secretaria del trabajo por esta importante informaciÓn en vivo. >> muchas gracias. le querÍa decir que vamos a lanzar en el internet un programa la comunidad latina que se llama cuidado de salud. gov quiero que pongan atenciÓn. >> ya lo anunciÓ. muchas gracias por esta informaciÓn. muchas gracias, hilda solÍs. mÁs adelante tendremos la opiniÓn del partido republicano en cuanto a la respuesta de lo que dicho el presidente barak obama. >> usted caballero, ponga atenciÓn, quiere saber lo que en realidad queremos decir nosotras las mujeres, o sea, su pareja, tome lÁpiz y papel porque le vamos a decir el verdadero significado de nuestras palabras. >> ay, ay, ay. horas de investigaciÓn y no encuentro las respuestas. [risas] nos visita tania paredes! psicÓloga! gracias por estar aquÍ. [risas] >> cÓmo estÁn? >> muy confundido. >> sÍ. >> son muchas las palabras que como hombre tengo y ustedes dos me van a ayudar. la tÍpica frase de la mujer cuando nos dice o mÁs bien l
CSPAN
Sep 6, 2010 11:00pm EDT
of labor, a daughter of union members, hilda solis, and our secretary of transportation, ray lahood is in the house. i want everybody to give it up for people who are at the forefront of every fight for wisconsin's working men and women, senator herb kohl, congresswoman gwen moore your -- gwen moore. your outstanding mayor, and i believe soon to be outstanding governor, he's in the house. i know you have a great senator, russ feingold, he was here earlier, standing with you and your families, just like he always has. he is at his home town labor day parade. it is good to be back. this is not my first time at labor fest. some of you remember i stood here with you two years ago, when i was still a candidate for this office. during that campaign, we talked about how, for years, the values of hard work and responsibility that have built this country had been given short shrift. how it was slowly hollowing out our middle-class. everybody who has a chair, go ahead and sit down, because everybody is hollering. just relax, i'm going to be talking for a while now. [applause] you have a lot o
CSPAN
Sep 6, 2010 12:00pm EDT
proud to be here with our secretary of labor, a daughter of union members, hilda solis, and our secretary of transportation, ray lahood is in the house. i want everybody to give it up for people who are at the forefront of every fight for wisconsin's working men and women, senator herb kohl, -- yourswoman plan mo outstanding mayor and i believe soon-to-be outstanding governor. [applause] i know you have a great senator, russ feingold, he was here earlier, standing with you and your families, just like he always has. he is at his home town labor day parade. it is good to be back. this is not my first time at labour fest. some of you remember i stood here with you to years ago when i was still a candidate for this office. during that campaign, we talked about how, for years, the values of hard work and responsibility that have built this country had been given short shrift. how it was slowly hollowing out our middle-class. everybody who has a chair, set down, because everybody is hollering. sit-down. i'm going to be talking for a while. everybody, said. [applause] -- everybody ,si
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